toro

[taw-raw]
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Examples from the Web for toros

Contemporary Examples of toros

  • But the stories of the Riveras and Toros are often interrupted by the stories of their neighbors.

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Historical Examples of toros

  • It was fair-time in Cordova; the carriages were coming back from the toros.

  • Toros peeped in, and when he spied the liver he said, "We will have a pie for dinner."

  • I was exceedingly pleased with the invitation, and went out with Toros.

  • Toros's neck had been broken at a horse-race and he was dead.

  • Takusch was at that time four years old, and Toros was still a baby in arms.


Word Origin and History for toros

toro

n.

"bull," 1650s, from Spanish toro "bull," from Latin taurus (see steer (n.)).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper